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Insert Temperature Transmitter - 08/01/2018

Features: Wide measure range All material is Stainless steel Various Pressure port type Protection Grade: IP65 Application: Measure temperature of gas or liquid which is compatible to 316L stainless steel Used in field of petroleum, chemical industry, Metallurgy, Electricity, hydrology etc. Performance Parameters: Measure Range: -55-1200℃ Accuracy: ±0.5%(typical) ±1.0%(MAX) Long term stability: ±1.0%F.S/year Working temperature: -20℃-80℃ Power Supply: 15-30VDC Output signals: 4-20mA 1-5VDC Pressure Port: M272 or customize Shell Material: Stainless Steel 1Cr18Ni9Ti Wire: Polythene Protection Grade: IP65 External Structure: Reminders when choose models 1. Pay attention to media which is measured is compatible with part of product 2. Anti-exposion products don't have LCD or LED dial 3. Order temperature transmitter with LCD or LED dial, the power voltage shouldn't be less than 20VDC 4. In order to keep stable performance, we suggest user to install lightning protection device 5. If there is strong vibration, strong electromagnetic, RFI, please state before order and indicate in order.

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